Simple at heart, Electra's Cruiser 1 lets you go anywhere in comfort. It features a classic Electra steel frame, a plush seat, wide bars, quality wheels and treaded tires that are equally at home on pavement and dirt. Plus, with Electra's Flat Foot Technology, you can put your feet flat on the ground whenever you want for total control.
This handmade Taiwanese frame was contracted by Boyd Cycling in 2011 when he was still operating out his home. It has an aero profile that still competes with many of the TT bikes currently on the market.
Top Tube 57cm, Seat Tube 55cm, Standover 31.5", Weigh 19 lbs, 10 oz (with test ride pedals)
Test ride platform pedals included.
Boyd Cycling 60/90 Carbon Race Wheelset also available!
Frame: Aero Carbon
Fork: Full Carbon
Headset: Integrated, sealed bearings
Rims/Wheels: Alex Race 24 Wheelset
Tires: Continental GP4000 S II, 700x23c
Crankset: SRAM Force Carbon 175mm
Chainrings: 53/39 (double)
Bottom Bracket: GXP
Front Derailleur: SRAM Force
Rear Derailleur: SRAM Force
Cassette/Rear Cogs: SRAM PG-1070, 11-25, 10 speed
Shifters: SRAM S-500, bar end shifter, 10 speed
Handlebars: Boyd Cycling full foil aero bar, carbon
Seat Post: Boyd Cycling, full foil aero, +/-50mm offset
2003 GT BMX Compe
Seeking hang time with your friends at the local skate park? Wanna get your grind on during street sessions? GT's Compe has you covered. You'll be adding to your trick roster daily thanks to the steel/chromoly frame and fork. And, this rig sports all the goods you need to impress your buds like strong tubular-chromoly cranks, a Tektro brake and versatile GT tires.
Wheels and Tires Hubs: Steel, nutted Rims: Alex G303, 48-hole Tires: 20 x 2.10inch GT Air Bags Spoke Brand: Stainless steel, 14ga. (2.0mm) straight gauge Spoke Nipples: Brass nipples
Components Brakeset: Tektro 907A U-brake brakes, Tektro 289A levers Shift Levers: Not applicable Crankset: GT one-piece, 39 teeth Pedals: GT Johnson design Bottom Bracket: One piece BB Shell Width: American Rear Cogs: 1-speed, 16 teeth Seatpost: Aluminum, 25.4mm diameter Saddle: GT Jr Jump, 9mm rails Handlebar: GT 4-Piece Handlebar Stem: GT Piston Headset: 1 1/8inch threadless Victor VP-A74F
1999 Litespeed Tachyon
This sweet titanium triathlon bicycle is ready for its new owner. The current owner upgraded everything and converted it to single speed. It could be built out geared very easily. This is one heck of a steal for one sweet bike!
We stripped this 1990s Diamondback down to the frame and built it back up as a reliable commuter bike with all sorts of hidden features: Sturmey Archer 5-Speed Internal Hub Shimano Nexus Generator Front Hub Busch & Mueller Urban Dynamo Lightset Bontrager Rear Cargo Rack
The bike has been gone through completely and is ready to for miles!
Frame Size Medium, Asking $300
1990s Univega Super G
If it weren't for the cracks in head and seat tubes, this "American Classic" would be worth at least double our asking price. Buy it for the parts or try to get it fixed, either way this is a steal. Has been test ridden and cracks don't seem to be getting worse.
Top Tube Measures 20.5", Asking $100
1980s Nishiki Century
Come check out this Japanese classic that has been converted to a simple single speed. -Origin8 Sealed Bearing Wheelset -Origin8 Cranks -Fyxation Pedals w/ Straps
Frame Size 57cm, Asking $200
1980s Allegro Thunder Road
This Allegro "Thunder Road" was a cheaper alternative to the Specialized "Stumpjumper" and Schwinn "High Sierra" of the day. Canadian designed and Chinese made, the Hi-Ten Steel Frame, kept the price tag low. All of the components were cheaper but similar to the components of it's counterparts. Where as well kept counterparts are selling for $300+, you can have this one for half that price.
Frame Size Large, Asking $150
1970s Raleigh Carlton
New grips, chain, and freewheel. Bike has been tuned up and is ready to roll!